The psalmist describes the benefits of pursuing unity in our Kingdom relationships.
“How good and pleasant it is when brothers live together in unity!”) Ps 133:1)
A relationship characterized by harmonious unity is extraordinary and excellent.
The result of unity produces a spiritual anointing of blessing and a sense of accepting refreshment.
It’s the Father’s business.
It’s not about us, it’s about Him.
It’s not about differences, it’s about loving deference.
It’s not about uniformity, it’s about unity.
This kind of unity is modeled by the Kingdom, mandated by our King and motivated by kinship.
In building toward unity, it always good to remember that “love covers a multitude sin.”